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Joyful Miles Podcast

This week we turn to our listeners and answer some of their questions. We cover a range of topics from budgeting trips, which resorts we like, and how we handle training for Dopey. Rob also shares his personal reasons for joining the Joyful Miles crew and starting the podcast. If you have a question for [...]

Joyful Miles Podcast

Happy Tuesday, everyone! It’s just Laura and Jackey in this bonus episode with special guest, Heather Jergensen from the Running with Grace YouTube channel! Heather and Joyful Miles are teaming up for Vlogtober, where YouTubers post a new video every day in October. After the cameras stopped rolling for our first video, we hit the record [...]


Running a Ragnar: 2017 Reach the Beach

Running a Ragnar: Reach the Beach

This week on the podcast, Christopher Savio joins us again! He was our very first guest nearly a year ago and discussed his Chicago Marathon experience. This time, he chats about completing his first Ragnar Road Series event as aliens invaders at the Reach the Beach in New Hampshire, one of the oldest and longest running relay [...]


Jammin’ On The Run: Our new weekly YouTube chat!

Jammin' on the Run: Our new weekly chat on YouTube!

I really LOVE YouTube! And while our channel is nowhere near perfected yet, I’ve been having a total blast filming vlogs, making race recaps, learning more about YouTube, and trying new things. One of which is Jammin’ On The Run, our new weekly feature where we chat about running, runDisney, Disney, and anything else that pops in [...]

Podcast for Runners - a great way to better enjoy those long runs for marathon training, exercising both mind and body!

Anyone who’s trained for a marathon knows this requires a lot of road time where solo runners are left alone with their thoughts. For a training plan such as Hal Higdon’s Novice 2, we’re talking 460 miles worth which, for me, takes approximately 76 hours and 40 minutes. Wow. That’s a lot of time alone with my thoughts. I’d drive myself [...]


Listen Up: A Podcast Primer

In my last entry, I noted how I think podcasts make the best running lists. Not only do you not have to worry about shuffling through thousands of songs in your playlist, but they can be quite educational as well. Since I never paid much attention in school, I am trying to do anything to [...]